How I Organize My Planner

In this day and age, everything you need to help stay organized is available on your mobile device or computer.  There’s an app for everything: calendars, to-do lists, and reminders.  However, I have always been the type of person who liked to use a planner and colored pens. Does it take more time?  Yes, but I enjoy it! =)

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Fall in Design has the cutest Korean stationary, accessories, and craft supplies.  The planner I chose was the 2015 Ardium Hello Coco Weekly Dated Diary Scheduler.  I chose this planner because it’s ADORABLE and it’s small enough to carry in my purse.

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How adorable are these little drawings?!

YEARLY PLAN

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I list birthdays and anniversaries here.  When it comes time to transfer all the information next year, it’ll be a lot easier to have it all on one page.

MONTHLY PLAN

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I don’t use the monthly pages very much, except for a mini version of the Crafty Checklist for Monthly Bills.  When I receive a bill, I write the due date on the actually date, and then cross it off the monthly checklist.  That way, I know I’ve written the due date for every bill that month.  The green Post-it Flag is used for quick access.

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This page allows you to keep track of your monthly income and expenses.

WEEKLY PLAN

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This is where I keep track of due dates for bills.

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For birthdays, I write reminders a few days prior to make sure I send birthday cards and gifts on time.

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For events and activities, I like the 3/4″ Round Avery Removable Multi-Use Labels, which come in a variety of colors.  I use the white labels and customize the colors with markers.

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The labels are removable so if an event is rescheduled, it’s easy to move it to another day.  You could also color coordinate the labels.  For example, a specific color for your son’s activities and another color for your daughter’s activities.

There is also a section for notes at the back of the planner.  This is where I jot ideas for craft projects and blog posts.

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My life isn’t too hectic so the planner is pretty simple and straight forward, but I hope it gave you some ideas.  I can just imagine one day having a planner full of colorful labels for our kids’ soccer practices and ballet classes.  =)

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3 thoughts on “How I Organize My Planner

  1. Sharon Chai says:

    I always love reading your posts biggy! Korean stationary is definitely cute but often times their English writing doesn’t make any sense hehehe~

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